The last remaining felony charge against a Missouri woman accused of pushing a vulnerable teen-age girl toward suicide has been dropped. Lori Drew of O’Fallon has been found guilty of three misdemeanors in a landmark cyber-bullying case in Los Angeles. Federal prosecutors in Los Angeles charged Drew, because she used MySpace to create a fictional character to taunt Megan Meier, a 13-year-old from Dardenne Prairie who hanged herself after reading hateful communication. MySpace is located in LA. Despite being cleared of felony charges, Drew still could face up to three years in prison and a 300-Thousand dollar fine, though probation is more likely